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It isreported that fast fashion giant ZARA will be opening discount stores in China to digest inventory as Italian brand agent Mario Company said that Inditex, parent company of Zara has authorized it to open discount stores in China.

However, Inditex and Zara (China) haven’t confirmed this news and have emphasized that their outlets in China are all regular chain stores without any franchisi
APPLICATIONS developed by Baidu.com reappeared on Apple Inc's App Store yesterday after they were removed, without any reasons given by Apple, from the store for iPhone and iPad users on Saturday. By yesterday afternoon,...
The country's exports and imports volume totaled $3.87 trillion last year, and growth slowed sharply from the 22.5-percent rise registered in 2011.

Exports throughout 2012 rose by 7.9 percent year-on-year while imports increased by 4.3 percent, yielding a trade surplus of $231.1 billion, up 48 percent from a year earlier, according to the General Administration of Customs.
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Having closed for renovations last month, this week Bulgari opened the doors of its all-new Plaza 66 flagship in Shanghai with a blowout attended by a bevy of local celebrities and featuring a distinctly serpentine theme. Centered around the lighting of a massive snake feature (identical to those seen at Bulgari flagships in New York, Tokyo and Rome) commemorating the Serpenti collection and comi
Metro suspends future funding of electronics unit, directs focus on wholesale arm

Media Markt China, the electronic products chain owned by Germany's Media-Saturn Holdings and Foxconn Technology Group, may have to close unless a buyer is found for the money-losing business, according to retail experts.

Media-Saturn's parent company, Metro Group, said on Wednesday it was withdrawing any furt
FOOD authorities in central China's Henan Province yesterday ordered an investigation into a poultry company that reportedly bought sick and dead chicken from farms, then resold the sick ones to fast food restaurants such as KFC and McDonald's and processed the dead ones into animal feed.

The company, Doyoo Group, one of China's largest suppliers to KFC and McDonald's, said the company treated
Jack Ma, chairman and chief executive officer of e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, said on Tuesday he will step down from the CEO post in May and stay on as chairman.

"I will resign as the chief executive officer on May 10, 2013, and will be fully devoted to the chairman job," the 48-year-old Internet veteran said in an e-mail sent to employees.

Ma said that as chairman he will fo
China's Internet user base will reach 800 million in 2015, according to China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT). As explained by MIIT minister Miao Wei, as the MIIT speeds up its "Broadband China" project and strengthens broadband construction in China, the number of Internet users in the country will continue to increase rapidly.

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